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5 hours ago, jake824 said:

I prefer the plastic it’s easy to clean and lasts for years 

Yeh done that on a job for a restaurant in the kitchen area was miles cheaper than aluminium and just as clean. Good stuff might get some meself to stick on the block much easier for cleaning and saves painting etc maintenance 

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36 minutes ago, Wild-Bill said:

Yeh done that on a job for a restaurant in the kitchen area was miles cheaper than aluminium and just as clean. Good stuff might get some meself to stick on the block much easier for cleaning and saves painting etc maintenance 

Hygienic cladding, about £30 a sheet. Could be decent with right trim and sealant....

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It is mate wipe down or hose it’s the best way I found 

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35 minutes ago, kinkell said:

Looking for ideas for dog flaps on Kennel entrance to stop the wind blowing in 

Have a look at this site.

You can buy 50m rolls of strips and buy hanging rails.

If a strip gets damaged just clip another strip on.forklift trucks drive through this type of stuff 1000's Of times and it lasts years.if the dog doesent chew it.

https://www.pvc-strip-doors.co.uk

 

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43 minutes ago, kinkell said:

Looking for ideas for dog flaps on Kennel entrance to stop the wind blowing in 

If you go on Amazon there's loads of different sized animal flaps that fit on doors....some as little as £20.  

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I've got wooden kennels each panel  I made out of 1/2" ply inside with 2x2 frame filled with insulation with a tounge and grove board on the outside. Deleted nearly all photos of work in progress.

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Still got some more work to do too them yet. I painted the run floors with factory grade rubber floor paint thinking it would be easier to keep clean which it was. Trouble is it's like a fecking ice rink for the dogs when it's wet.

 

 

 

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